from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A goat-like antelope of the genus Nemorhedus, as the goral, N. goral, or N. crispus of Japan. P. L. Sclater. See cut under goral.

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  • noun Alternative form of goat antelope.


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  • Yes, it's a Takin Budorcas taxicolor, a bizarre goat-antelope from the bamboo forests of the Himalayas.

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  • Red goral occurs primarily in southeast Tibet where authorities have established a reserve specifically for this goat-antelope.

    Northeastern Himalayan subalpine conifer forests 2008

  • The goatlike species related to mouflon, chamois and ibex, divided their range by altitude, or by differences of terrain and landscape, with the wild goat-antelope, ibex, taking the highest ground with the steepest crags, followed at slightly lower elevations by the smaller and very nimble chamois, with the mouflon below them.

    The Plains of Passage Auel, Jean M. 1990

  • Here the game—bighorn and white goat-antelope, moose, wapiti, and black-tail deer and white-tail deer—flourish unmolested.

    XI. A Curious Experience 1916

  • Madras term of "goat-antelope" is more appropriate.

    Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon Robert Armitage Sterndale 1870

  • This year's coffee whitener is Takin, a politically repressed Chinese goat-antelope whose milk is the talk of Brooklyn.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed MARK SCHATZKER 2011

  • Don't miss David Schwab's wonderful 1933 portrait of a friendly takin, or goat-antelope, going nose to nose with someone named Capt.

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  • Antilocapra americana, which literally means the "American goat-antelope." - Business News 2010

  • Antilocapra americana, which literally means the "American goat-antelope." - Business News 2010

  • Budorcas taxicolor bedfordi is a large, rather odd-looking "goat-antelope" that lives among the bamboo and rhododendrons of the Eastern Himalayas, and in the North Bohemian town of Liberec.

    Latest articles - Radio Prague 2010


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